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Merino Wool Care Guide

Taking care of your Merino Wool garments is essential to ensure they remain fresh, odor-resistant, and long lasting. Whether you are wearing a cozy merino wool sweater or a base layer of outdoor adventures, here is a comprehensive guide on how to care for this remarkable fabric...

merino wool

Merino wool comes from Merino sheep. Its natural fibers are incredibly effective at eradicating and preventing the growth of microorganisms, allowing you to wear it 10 to 15 times before washing. Merino wool is a fantastic material with several benefits:

  • Comfort and Stretch: The breathable natural fibers make it comfortable and stretchy.

  • Odorless and Wrinkle-Resistant: Merino wool stays fresh even after multiple wear.

  • Environmentally Friendly: It is a sustainable choice.

How to Care for Merino Wool:

  • Always check the care label for specific instructions.

  • Prolong the life of your knitwear by washing it less frequently.

  • When needed, hand wash your merino wool garments in cold water using mild detergent specially formulated for knitwear. Avoid fabric softeners.

  • Rinse thoroughly after washing, but avoid wringing.

  • Gently reshape your garment while it is still damp, and then dry it on a flat surface.

  • Store your knitwear folded to prevent stretching.

  • If pilling occurs, use a sweater comb or sweater stone to gently remove pills.

  • Protect your merino wool against common environmental factors like moths.

  • A clean wardrobe ensures your garments stay fresh.

  • Store your merino wool items properly to maintain their quality.

By following these guidelines, you will keep your merino wool clothing smelling great, clean, and strong, ready for all your adventures!



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